While you are in the midst of the foreclosure process, you want to make sure that you, your home, and your belongings are protected. In order to do so, you should be aware of several problems that have been cropping up far to often in recent years.
Ten Steps You Can Take to Prevent a Foreclosure
If you are a struggling homeowner in danger of falling behind in your mortgage payments (or if you’ve already fallen behind), you should be proactive when it comes to saving your home from foreclosure. Your mortgage lender doesn’t really want your home and will likely work with you to keep you in
Right of Redemption Before a Foreclosure Sale
Learn about the right of redemption.
My home is in foreclosure and there is a new lock on my front door. What should I do?
You may live in your home up until the foreclosure sale is over, and sometimes even longer.
The Bank Changed My Door Locks But My Home Is Still in Foreclosure. What Should I Do?
If you are still living in your home, the bank cannot legally lock you out before the foreclosure process is complete.
Deceptive Foreclosure Practices: When Banks Treat Occupied Homes as Vacant
Banks sometimes lock homeowners out of their homes during a foreclosure without the legal right to do so. Learn how you can prevent it.